Sunday             2pm-11pm
Monday            5pm-11pm

Tuesday        1st & 3rd wks
(Board Meetings Only)
Wednesday     5pm-11pm

Thursday           6pm-11pm

Friday               5pm-12pm
Saturday           6pm-12pm

Contact Info

Moose Lodge 5
4615 Fegenbush Ln.
Louisville, KY 40228
(502) 499-8875

ABout us...

Moose Lodge 5 would like to offer our Congratulations to Ronald Houston, who was recently awarded the Degree of Pilgrim, by Moose International at Mooseheart.  We are very proud and appreciative of Ron for all he does, not only for Lodge 5, the Kentucky Moose Association, as well as Moose International.


Members can enjoy the Dance nights and the live entertainment in both the lounge and the ballroom. Wednesday, Friday and Saturday nights. Sing Karaoke on Thursday and Sunday nights. Play cards on Sunday and Friday nights. Dine with the special dinners on Sundays: Pizza, Chili and Roast beef. Play Darts, Pool, Cornhole, and Horseshoes.

A full service bar and Lounge menu.

Many special events are planned through the year such as:

Valentines Dance Party

St. Patrick’s Day Party

Armed Forces Day

Christmas Party

New Year’s Eve Party

Family days with cook outs and Parties for the children.



Every Lodge participates in the building of the endowment fund that supports the operation of the Child City. Mooseheart has  helped 12,000 children by providing a home and education for each child from infant through high school.



Every Lodge participates in the building of the endowment fund that supports the operation of the Moosehaven. A retirement home for those members that need the added benefit in their later years.



Many national and local community service programs are supported by the members of the Moose Fraternity such as:

Safe Surf’n

Special Olympics

Youth Awareness

Moose Alert

Tommy Moose program


Louisville the birth place of the Moose

 Dr. John Henry Wilson, a Louisville, Ky., physician, organized a handful of men into the Loyal Order of Moose in the parlor of his home in the spring of 1888, he and his compatriots did so to form a string of men's social clubs. Lodges were instituted in Cincinnati, St. Louis, and the smaller Indiana towns of Crawfordsville and Frankfort by the early 1890s.

Though the Moose fraternal organization was founded in the late 1800s with the modest goal of offering men an opportunity to gather socially, it was reinvented during the first decade of the 20th century into an organizational dynamo of men and women who set out to build a city that would brighten the futures of thousands of children in need all across North America. That city is known as Mooseheart.




Founder of Mooseheart 1913.



We celebrated our 100 year birthday in 2011.  We still have a few items for sale with the 100 year logo.  Ask any officer-on-duty”

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